Hi everyone, I posted this question on htaccess specific forums, but nobody wants to submit any answers, so I thought I would try here, since you’ve all been great in the past. I’m having some difficulty with what I suspect is a simple problem. The following is working really well except for links that have a %20 (space) in the original URL. Everytime I go to the new address created by the .htaccess file in my browser the %20 is changed to a 0, so I get an error page. Is there any way I can have the exact URL which includes %20 passed to the browser. The first rule below works perfectly, the second doesn’t due to the %20.
an example of a new address would be pds.ca/Mauricie. this would send the user to the data.gointranet address.